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Monitoring multiple JVMs

 
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Hi,
Most of the appication code is deployed on multiple machines.i.e. JVMs. Which is general practice to monitor java applications? Visual VM or JConsole ? Is there anyway where only in one window to monitor multiple JVMs ?
 
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VisualVM can monitor multiple VMs in different tabs. If the JVMs run servlet containers, check out www.java-monitor.com.
 
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